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  1. Just another law created for revenue money and to impose somewhat senseless fines on Hardworking citizens and Americans… But now we know why the "sudden" interest and the passage of the new law that added the "Window Tint" test to the NYS vehicle inspections.... This is why regular citizens need to be able to use any level of "dark tint" that they want for their own safety... New York State’s new window tinting law, which went into effect on January 1, 2017 and requires window tint testing during annual motor vehicle inspections. While testing during the vehicle inspection is new, the tinting standards are not. In 1992, New York State law has required that all windshield and front side windows allow at least 70 percent of outside light to pass through. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4167854/New-York-install-facial-recognition-cameras.html Along with the "increased" NYS Police presence in the now fully "cashless" Tolls collection (Bridges, Tunnels, Highways)... http://www.ny1.com/nyc/all-boroughs/news/2017/02/15/exclusive--state-police-crack-down-on-toll-scofflaws-on-city-bridges-and-tunnels.html Just more reasons, to have license plate covers and IR/LED lights that that prevent Red-Light Camera and Automatic License Plate Readers (ALPR's - system stores the date, time and GPS of every vehicle forever, never deleted.) The benefits of window tint on vehicles seem to be tossed aside due to safety issues. "Police Officer Safety" and "Hitting Pedestrians" are the 2 arguments against having window tinting on a vehicle. However, when comparing NY's laws against the other 40 states with more lenient (such as Texas) there is no evidence or proof that window tinting does any harm to police officers safety or pedestrians. New York State has gotten out of control with the laws that they enact, the taxes that we pay, and the lack of concern for the condition the state is in. I would like to see the in-depth research with credible statistics that prove that 70% of light transmission is absolutely necessary to make New York State "safer". When a police officer pulls someone over, how does 30% tint windows miraculously make approaching a vehicle from the back bumper (which can allow 100% tinted windows) keep them "safer"? Will pedestrians miraculously not be hit by a car if there is no window tint? Of course this is also being rolled out in some test cities to surveil all America's http://www.blacklistednews.com/Police_Receive_God’s_Eye_Technology%2C_Google_Earth_with_Real_Time_Tivo_Capabilities/60189/0/38/38/Y/M.html Traditionally, when we talk about facial recognition technology, we are talking about a computer identifying a face in a photograph or video, and identifying certain biometrics of the face, such as the spacing between the eyes, the relative position of cheekbones, the shape of the jaw, and more. The human face has 80 nodes that can be used in facial recognition, but it only takes between 14 and 22 nodes to identify a unique human face. Alex Kilpatrick, a facial recognition researcher at Texas-based Tactical Information Systems said that the simplest way to thwart current facial recognition systems is to look at your feet; it's subtle and prevents cameras mounted at eye-level or higher from getting a good look at your face. However, biometric researchers are constantly looking for ways to improve upon these systems.
  2. Hey, guys started seeing these trucks just sitting in front of the TBTA bridges (garage areas) just past the tolls... all lined up in an intimidating profile showcase... but all are empty and block the none new paint schema vehicles just behind in the garage areas... NY Post has since resolved the "black helicopter" DHS theories... its just a pissing match with deBlasio https://www.dnainfo.com/new-york/20170224/midtown/state-vehicles-paint-colors-new-york-andrew-cuomo But the suspicionless monitoring and tracking of all citizens who've committed no crime, are not suspected of committing a crime or under any reasonable amount of suspicion, are all now being tracked with the Governors "no tolling" plans: http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/cuomo-remove-toll-booths-hike-cops-mta-bridges-tunnels-article-1.2919406 http://www.ny1.com/nyc/all-boroughs/news/2017/02/15/exclusive--state-police-crack-down-on-toll-scofflaws-on-city-bridges-and-tunnels.html It's about revenue and how much they can steal from people....not about safety or security: Cuomo said. “You’re now reading every license plate of everybody coming through that plaza.” “We’re very serious about revenue collection,” said MTA Chair Tom Prendergast. “Just because you don’t go through toll booths, don’t think we don’t have your license plate and accounting of who owes the toll.” Also next month, new laws to crack down on toll violators will go into effect. One suspends the vehicle registration of drivers who beats tolls three times in five years. Another law hikes toll violation penalties to $100 from $50. There will be an increased State Police presence at the crossings, with the agency adding 150 troopers to the force in January. The goal is to get more drivers to give up privacy and to get more drivers using E-ZPass.....
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